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8276632: Use blessed modifier order in security-libs code #6251

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@magicus magicus commented Nov 4, 2021

I ran bin/blessed-modifier-order.sh on source owned by security-libs. This scripts verifies that modifiers are in the "blessed" order, and fixes it otherwise. I have manually checked the changes made by the script to make sure they are sound.


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@magicus magicus commented Nov 5, 2021

Any reviewers? This is fairly trivial.

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@magicus This change now passes all automated pre-integration checks.

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8276632: Use blessed modifier order in security-libs code

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At the time when this comment was updated there had been 31 new commits pushed to the master branch:

  • 7023b3f: 8276628: Use blessed modifier order in serviceability code
  • b933136: 8276641: Use blessed modifier order in jshell
  • 0616d86: 8276635: Use blessed modifier order in compiler code
  • d95299a: 8276634: Remove usePlainDatagramSocketImpl option from the test DatagramChannel/SendReceiveMaxSize.java
  • 3c0faa7: 8276173: Clean up and remove unneeded casts in HeapDumper
  • 323d201: 8275506: Rename allocated_on_stack to allocated_on_stack_or_embedded
  • 96c396b: 8276151: AArch64: Incorrect result for double to int vector conversion
  • 7281861: 8272065: jcmd cannot rely on the old core reflection implementation which will be changed after JEP 416
  • 8e17ce0: 8275185: Remove dead code and clean up jvmstat LocalVmManager
  • 396132f: 8275509: ModuleDescriptor.hashCode isn't reproducible across builds
  • ... and 21 more: https://git.openjdk.java.net/jdk/compare/c62b3476ce12cea633abead0d6376ea0a05f92f9...master

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@magicus magicus commented Nov 5, 2021

/integrate

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Going to push as commit c393ee8.
Since your change was applied there have been 31 commits pushed to the master branch:

  • 7023b3f: 8276628: Use blessed modifier order in serviceability code
  • b933136: 8276641: Use blessed modifier order in jshell
  • 0616d86: 8276635: Use blessed modifier order in compiler code
  • d95299a: 8276634: Remove usePlainDatagramSocketImpl option from the test DatagramChannel/SendReceiveMaxSize.java
  • 3c0faa7: 8276173: Clean up and remove unneeded casts in HeapDumper
  • 323d201: 8275506: Rename allocated_on_stack to allocated_on_stack_or_embedded
  • 96c396b: 8276151: AArch64: Incorrect result for double to int vector conversion
  • 7281861: 8272065: jcmd cannot rely on the old core reflection implementation which will be changed after JEP 416
  • 8e17ce0: 8275185: Remove dead code and clean up jvmstat LocalVmManager
  • 396132f: 8275509: ModuleDescriptor.hashCode isn't reproducible across builds
  • ... and 21 more: https://git.openjdk.java.net/jdk/compare/c62b3476ce12cea633abead0d6376ea0a05f92f9...master

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@magicus Pushed as commit c393ee8.

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